The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has debunked the news making the rounds about the recruitment aptitude test.
Naija News reports that the NCS said via a public announcement that the news in circulation about the Test is fake and that candidates should discredit such news.
The NCS said that the system was filtrating to ensure that only those who meet the criteria are selected electronically.
Naija News understands that the NCS via its verified social media handles on Tuesday, May 14 spoke on the recruitment test as thus; “This is to inform the general public that, the news in circulation about the Recruitment Aptitude Test is fake. The system is presently filtrating to ensure that ONLY those who meet the criteria are shortlisted electronically.”
This is to inform the general public that, the news in circulation about the Recruitment Aptitude Test is fake. The system is presently filtrating to ensure that ONLY those who meet the criteria are… https://t.co/dSi3mP2Meq
— NIGERIA CUSTOMS (@CustomsNG) May 14, 2019
Similarly, the Customs has said that successful and shortlisted candidates would be contacted via their e-mails and phone numbers on the date, venue and time of the aptitude test in their selected centres of choice.
The Customs also warned candidates against patronizing scammers who might want to take advantage of the recruitment exercise.
Meanwhile, the NCS has also revealed the total number of applicant in a statement made by the Public Relations Officer of the Service, Joseph Attah which read as thus; “A total number of people that registered is 828,333, but not all of them accomplished the process.”
Source: Naija News